I was diagnosed in 2008 right after I had given birth to my 3rd child. I was very scared about after feeling helpless and hopeless for alittle while I came to terms with my MS. The worst I would say about my MS is feeling tired and run down all the time. I have a hard time keeping up with my 4 year old. I don't let my MS stop me even if I am in pain I tell everyone I am fine because if I stop even for a minute I will not be the best I know I can be. My MS has taken me away from my job but if it wouldn't have I would have missed my youngest childhood working with my older two I was working full time outside the home so I am greatful for having this time with her. I have to find the positive in all of it otherwise I will start feeling sorry for myself. I think I am showing my girls that no matter what happens in life there is always something positive in it. Something I would really like others that don't have it to know, please don't tell someone that just told you they have MS that they don't look sick, you don't know how they feel. When I was first diagnosed I wished to god I had been diagnosed with cancer at least there is an outcome with cancer with MS you don't know what will happen or when. I call it the unknown disease because everyday I get up I am just happy I can walk.
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